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On 10/08/2010 07:40 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-10-08 20:33, NoOp a écrit :
On 10/06/2010 06:12 AM, Florian Effenberger wrote:

finally, this list is also available via GMANE:



Works for me on Thunderbird as my newsreader.


Thanks. I just tested and found that in order to post via
you must be subscribed to the mail list via the standard email subscribe

I tested by unsubscribing (,
going through the confirmation, and then attempted to reply to you via - the post didn't go through. So I resubscribed and am now
posting via

If the lists require that you first be subscribed to the list via email
in order to post via then it somewhat defeats the purpose of - e.g., use nntp so that email bandwidth isn't used.

With the permission of Florian & the list I'd like to continue to use
this thread temporarily for further testing msgs until the issue is
sorted out.

Questions for Marc (and others on the list:
1. are you also subscribed to the list via the standard email
2. if you unsubscribe to the list can you still post to the list via

Like the OOo lists (and other lists), posts via
shouldn't also require a direct email subscription as does the
email verification directly before allowing a user to post to a list. So
perhaps some added tuning with is necessary?

Gary (NoOp)

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